Narda releases new EFC-400 software version (computing and simulating electric and magnetic fields)

New libraries and functions for computation of low frequency electric and magnetic fields.

Narda EFC-400 is a quasi industrial standard for computing and simulating electric and magnetic fields. EFC-400 calculates electromagnetic fields using a practically unlimited number of network elements such as conductors, line segments, buildings, and antennas. The software features fast computing speed, ease of use, and efficiency. Users can create all the needed network elements themselves or import them. The software puts all the elements together with the simulation result in an easily interpreted graphic Display.

The new features of the software at a glance:

  • Isolines-DXF-export shifted to double in order to avoid rounding errors
  • Detailed log-file of the calculated induced current with complex values
  • Command line parameter ‘/LFHF’ for simultaneous LF- and HF-calculation
  • Calculation of multiple projects of entire directories via CMD
  • Construction of 1- and 2-conductor cables now possible
  • New command line parameter ’/saveclose’

A new example ‘train_and_repeater.geo‘ of a train with an antenna system on board is included in the high frequency version. This model can also be found in the antenna library with the name ‘Train’.

See more in the summary of the new release here.

For more information, contact CN Rood.